Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge spoke with the BBC to give insight to everything she has learnt as a mum over the years. While working with BBC's Ti
Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge spoke with the BBC to give insight to everything she has learnt as a mum over the years. While working with BBC’s Tiny Happy People, Kate told BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin what she had wished she had known when she became a mum. As the pair spoke to a father describing the variety of cries his baby makes, Kate claimed she wished she was told these small details when dealing with Prince George.
Father Ryan said: “If I need to go get a drink, there is a fake cry she does meaning why are you not here show me attention.
“Then there is another cry that she does when sitting on your lap while you are watching TV, you think she is crying but when you look at her she is smiling at you straight away.
“Then there is this cry which is another attention cry, there is a feeding cry which is more high-pitched than this and then you have the night-terror cries.”
Kate later said: “Like with Ryan at the beginning saying his baby has different cries, he has learnt a huge amount from Tiny Happy People and it is information like that I wish I had when I became a first-time mum.
“It is gold dust really for a family to be given these tips and tools to use in these first time years.”
While speaking to other parents, Kate also emphasised the importance of parents communicating with their children regularly in the first five years.
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